J Dilla “Crushin (Original Version) (Prod. Waajeed)”

A message from Waajeed about this track:

Todays stream is of the original version of, “Crushin” produced by me.  We have J Rocc to thank for this one.  I was Djing with Houseshoes in San Fran with Fran Boogie and DJ Mr. E.  We heard J Rocc was staying in the same hotel and went to holla at him.  We were talking about Dilla rarities when he said that he liked that version of, “Crushin” I did.  I was like what version!?!  He played it and it split my melon!  I did that beat for Dilla circa 2002 for his MCA project – I assumed he never used it when I didn’t hear anything. Turns out it was the original version that he later remixed himself for his then – newly founded label, Mummy Records.

Exclusive!

Jeedo

(Source: bling47.com)

Slum Village “Tell Me” (Unreleased)

While some consider Dilla’s strong suit to be production, others look to his rhyming for inspiration. This early Slum Village track, “Tell Me What You Want” is a fine example of his ill penmanship. It was one of the first efforts as Baatin, T3 and Dilla came out of the Senepod crew name and became Slum Village. At the time Dilla didn’t even have a drum machine, so this beat was actually made using the “pause and record” tape method. It was never released.

Enjoy

Jeedo

(Source: bling47.com)

J Dilla & Danny Brown “Dilla Bot Vs. The Hybrid (Alternate Version)”

(Source: michiganhiphop.com)

oxane:

Francis Vallejo, J Dilla

oxane:

Francis Vallejo, J Dilla

softjunebreeze:

Happy Bornday J Dilla

softjunebreeze:

Happy Bornday J Dilla

Happy Birthday J Dilla.

Happy Birthday J Dilla.

lyrical-minded:

J Dilla - Baby  (Ft. Madlib & Guilty Simpson)

(via strongforce)

A Story for My Detroit N*

This is a must read. RIP Big Proof. RIP J Dilla. Salute hexmurda.

J Dilla “Detroit Madness (Feat. Phat Kat) (Snippet)”

J Dilla’s “Rebirth Of Detroit,” coming soon.

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